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Day 5

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Vettori for more high-tech review system

The review system has elicited concerns from both New Zealand and West Indies, particularly with regards to the limited availability of television technology to the third umpire

Day 2

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O'Brien's 'best day' of cricket

Iain O'Brien said he enjoyed watching Tim McIntosh and Daniel Flynn occupy vital time at the crease and consolidate New Zealand's position after his career-best figures of 6 for 75 had kept West Indies to 305

Day 1

490dThe Bulletin by Marc Ellison

Chanderpaul and Nash drive West Indies

Shivnarine Chanderpaul continued his dominance of world cricket by scoring his 20th Test century on the first day of the second and deciding Test against New Zealand at McLean Park

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O'Brien & McIntosh give NZ the edge

It wasn't the most entertaining batting display but New Zealand's cautious approach took them to a position of safety on the second day of the deciding Test at McLean Park

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Don't get carried away

As humbling as it may be to acknowledge a drawn two-Test series with a team ranked just below them, it's more than West Indies managed for some time

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The short stuff was part of the plan - Edwards

Reflecting on his career-best performance of 7 for 87 on the third day in Napier, Fidel Edwards has said his ploy of bringing in variations to his bowling helped keep the New Zealand batsmen in check

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McIntosh credits Wright for early success

Shortly after scoring his maiden Test century in only his second match, Tim McIntosh, New Zealand's new opening batsman, has credited former captain John Wright for fine-tuning his game

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We should aim for 400 - Chanderpaul

Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who starred on the opening day of the deciding Test at McLean Park with an unbeaten 100, has said West Indies should aim for at least 400 to put pressure on the home side

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Gayle satisfied after draining knock

Chris Gayle, the West Indies captain, has said his team will look to score at least another 50 runs on the fifth day of the deciding Test at McLean Park to extend their advantage

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'At no point did we give up' - Dyson

West Indies' head coach John Dyson has said his team deserves credit for pushing New Zealand in an evenly-contested draw in the final Test of the two-match series

New Zealand 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st8TG McIntoshJM How
2nd54JM HowDR Flynn
3rd34JM HowLRPL Taylor
4th74LRPL TaylorJD Ryder
5th33BB McCullumJD Ryder
6th17JEC FranklinJD Ryder